Watch a College Student Scream at a Trump Sign for Two Solid Minutes

From the Daily Caller News Foundation:

A student melted down at Western Washington University, presumably in response to a President Donald Trump sign, according to video released Friday.

The unnamed student screams and throws paint on the ground, as depicted in the video obtained by Campus Reform.

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“This is what happens when you don’t take your meds,” says Eric Bostrom, the preacher carrying the sign, according to Campus Reform. “This is why I don’t believe in the legalization of marijuana.”

The student’s actions were presumably in response to a sign that said “Trump, borders, laws, jobs, liberty” on one side and “Jesus judges you, repent or perish” on the other side.

Bostrom asserts that the student is an art major and, at another point in the video, the student tells someone who appears to be a concerned administrator to “call the police, bitch.” (RELATED: Guy Goes BERSERK, Destroys Pro-Life Signs [VIDEO])

The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to the university for comment, but received none in time for publication.

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